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1 HUNTING GUIDE Information for: Small Game Upland Game Furbearers Public Hunting Lands 2013 OutdoorNebraska.org

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3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Permits and Eligibility Requirements 6 Upland Game 10 Furbearers 13 Hunting and Trapping Information 15 Guide to Public Hunting Lands 21 Conservation Officers 50 Sunrise/Sunset Chart 51 NEW FOR 2013 Potential changes to webless migratory game bird regulations (see page 10) WHERE TO BUY PERMITS OutdoorNebraska.org Permitting offices Permit agents GAME AND PARKS PERMITTING OFFICES Ak-Sar-Ben Aquarium W. Neb. Hwy. 31, Gretna Alliance district office 299 Husker Road Bassett service center 524 Panzer St Chadron State Park (SP) 1591 U.S. Hwy Fort Robinson SP 3200, U.S. Hwy. 20, Crawford Kearney service center 1617 First Ave Lake McConaughy SRA 1475 Neb. Hwy. 61, Ogallala Niobrara SP Ave Norfolk district office 2201 N. 13th St North Platte district office 301 E. State Farm Rd Omaha metro office 1212 Bob Gibson Blvd Ponca SP Spur 26E Lincoln headquarters 2200 N. 33rd St Wildcat Hills SRA Neb. Hwy. 71, Gering Any program that receives federal funding from the National Park Service, or the United States Fish and Wildlife Service prohibits unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, gender, marital status, national origin, age, disability or political affiliation. Any person who believes he or she has been discriminated against in any program, activity, facility, or service, should contact the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, Lincoln, NE , the Equal Opportunity Commission, Lincoln, NE , TTY/TDD ; United States Fish Wildlife Service, Civil Rights Coordinator, 4401 N. Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA 22203; Director, Equal Opportunity Program, U.S. Department of Interior, National Park Service, 1849 C Street NW, Mail Code 0008, Washington, D.C OutdoorNebraska.org

4 UPLAND GAME SEASONS Species Dates Bag/Possession Unit Squirrel Aug. 1-Jan. 31, /28 Statewide Cottontail Sept. 1-Feb. 28, /28 Statewide Jackrabbit Sept. 1-Feb. 28, /16 West of U.S. 81 Dove Sept. 1-Oct /30 Statewide Eurasian Collared-Dove Oct. 31-Aug. 31, /30 Statewide Snipe Sept. 1-Dec. 16 8/16 Statewide Virginia, Sora Rail Sept. 1-Nov. 9 10/20 Statewide Grouse, East Zone Sept. 1-Jan. 31, /3 East of U.S. 81 Grouse, West Zone Sept. 1-Jan. 31, /12 West of U.S. 81 Woodcock Sept. 21-Nov. 4 3/6 Statewide Youth Pheasant, Quail, Partridge Oct /4 Statewide Pheasant Oct. 26-Jan. 31, /12 Statewide Quail Oct. 26-Jan. 31, /24 Statewide Partridge Oct. 26-Jan. 31, /12 Statewide Crow Oct.1-Nov. 15 Jan. 20-April 6, 2014 None Statewide Crow Public Health Hazard Nov. 16-Jan. 19, 2014 None See page 10 FURBEARER SEASONS Species Dates Bag/Possession Method Raccoon, Virginia Opossum Sept. 1-Oct. 31 None Hunt Muskrat, Beaver Nov. 1-March 31, 2014 None Trap Bobcat Dec. 1-Feb. 28, 2014 None Hunt and Trap Raccoon, Virginia Opossum, Long-tailed Weasel, Mink, Red Fox, Gray Fox, Badger Nov. 1-Feb. 28, 2014 None Hunt and Trap Striped Skunk Year-round None Hunt and Trap Raccoon, Virginia Opossum March 1- Aug. 31 None Red Fox March 1-Oct. 31 None Bobcat March 1-Nov. 30 None Running (No Harvest) Running (No Harvest) Running (No Harvest) 4 Hunting Info:

5 Type RESIDENT PERMIT FEES Fee (all include $1 issuing fee except*) Hunt, annual $14 Hunt/fish combination with Aquatic Habitat Stamp, annual $40 Veteran hunt/fish combination annual $5* Senior hunt/fish combination, annual $5* Deployed military hunt/fish combination, annual $5* Hunt with Habitat Stamp, 3-year $91 Hunt with Habitat and Waterfowl Stamps, 3-year $104 Hunt with Habitat Stamp, 5-year $133 Hunt with Habitat and Waterfowl Stamps, 5-year $153 Hunt/fish combination with Habitat and Aquatic Habitat Stamps, 3-year $161 Hunt/fish combination with Habitat, Waterfowl and Aquatic Habitat Stamps, 3-year $174 Hunt/fish combination with Habitat and Aquatic Habitat Stamps, 5-year $241 Hunt/fish combination with Habitat, Waterfowl and Aquatic Habitat Stamps, 5-year $261 Fur harvest, annual $16 Fur buyer, annual $113 Hunt, lifetime, age 0-5 $ Hunt, lifetime, age 6-15 $219 Hunt, lifetime, age $300 Hunt, lifetime, age 46-over $219 Hunt/fish combination with Aquatic Habitat Stamp, lifetime, age 0-5 $ Hunt/fish combination with Aquatic Habitat Stamp, lifetime, age 6-15 $573 Hunt/fish combination with Aquatic Habitat Stamp, lifetime, age $699 Hunt/fish combination with Aquatic Habitat Stamp, lifetime, age 46-over $573 Fur harvest, lifetime, age 0-5 $ Fur harvest, lifetime, age 6-15 $219 Fur harvest, lifetime, age $300 Fur harvest, lifetime, age 46-over $219 NONRESIDENT PERMIT FEES Type Fee (includes $1 issuing fee) Hunt, annual $81* $81 Hunt/fish combination with Aquatic Habitat Stamp, annual $131 Hunt/fish combination, annual $131* Youth hunt, annual $14 2-Day Youth Small hunt, Game annual Hunt, annual $14* $56 Hunt 2-Day with Small Habitat Game Stamp, Hunt, 3-year annual $56* $271 Hunt with Habitat and Waterfowl Stamps, 3-year $284 Hunt Fur Harvest, with Habitat annual Stamp, 5-year $225* $401 Hunt Fur Buyer, with Habitat annual and Waterfowl Stamps, 5-year $561* $421 Hunt/fish combination with Habitat and Aquatic Habitat Stamps, 3-year $406 Hunt/fish Hunt, lifetime, combination age 0-16 with Habitat, Waterfowl and Aquatic Habitat Stamps, 3-year $738.50* $419 Hunt/fish Hunt, lifetime, combination age 17-older with Habitat and Aquatic Habitat Stamps, 5-year $1,181* $601 Hunt/fish combination with Habitat, Waterfowl and Aquatic Habitat Stamps, 5-year $621 Hunt/fish combination, lifetime, age 0-16 $1,251.50* Fur harvest, annual $225 Fur Hunt/fish buyer, annual combination, lifetime, age 17-older $1,871* $561 Hunt, lifetime, age 0-16 $ Hunt, lifetime, age 17-over $1,181 Hunt/fish combination with Aquatic Habitat Stamp, lifetime, age 0-16 $1, Hunt/fish combination with Aquatic Habitat Stamp, lifetime, age 17-over $1,871 5 OutdoorNebraska.org

6 Type 6 Hunting Info: STAMP FEES Nebraska Habitat Stamp, annual $20 Nebraska Habitat Stamp, lifetime $400 Nebraska Waterfowl Stamp, annual $5 Nebraska Waterfowl Stamp, lifetime $100 PERMITS AND ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS WHO NEEDS A HUNT PERMIT? Any resident* 16 years of age and older who hunts upland game or waterfowl needs a Nebraska hunting permit. All nonresidents, regardless of age, who hunt for or possess any mammal or bird, must have a Nebraska hunting permit. WHO NEEDS A FUR HARVEST PERMIT? Any resident* 16 years of age and older or any nonresident regardless of age who hunts, traps or pursues furbearers needs a Nebraska fur harvest permit. WHO NEEDS A HABITAT STAMP? The following must have a Nebraska Habitat Stamp to hunt game species or to harvest furbearers in Nebraska: every resident* 16 years of age or older all nonresidents regardless of age *A resident is any individual who has lived in Nebraska continuously for 30 days and intends to become a resident of this state. A new resident should be prepared to provide documentation of residency (driver s license, voter registration card, etc.) to an officer when in possession of a resident permit. OTHER TYPES OF HUNT PERMITS Nonresident 2-day The permit is valid for any two consecutive days of upland game or waterfowl hunting during the calendar year. Applicable stamps must be purchased. Veteran Nebraska veterans 64 years old or older with six months active duty service (honorable or general discharge under honorable conditions) may purchase a combination hunt/fish permit for $5. The $5 fee entitles Nebraska to obtain more in federal funding to promote and improve outdoor recreation. Eligible resident disabled veterans receive a permit for no fee (50 percent service connected or 100 percent disabled nonservice connected). Nebraska Aquatic Habitat and Waterfowl stamps are included for no fee. Fee

7 Senior All residents 69 years old and older may purchase a combination hunt/fish permit for $5. The $5 fee entitles Nebraska to obtain more in federal funding to promote and improve outdoor recreation. Nebraska Aquatic, Habitat and Waterfowl stamps are included for no fee. Deployed Military A Nebraska resident who is or has been deployed out of the state with a branch of the United States military within the last 12 months shall, upon returning to the state, be entitled to receive an annual combination hunt-fish permit, habitat stamp, aquatic stamp and Nebraska migratory waterfowl stamp one a one-time basis for $5. Eligible Nebraska residents, upon application, must provide Game and Parks, at its headquarters or district or Omaha offices, a copy of their official deployment orders, verifying the resident was deployed out of state within the past 12 months. Lifetime Available for hunting, hunt/fish combination and fur harvest (residents only) permits. A $100 Lifetime Aquatic Habitat Stamp is included in the cost of all lifetime fishing and hunt/fish combination permits. MORE ON PERMITS AND STAMPS Permits and stamps are valid for the calendar year as dated and must be signed by the permit holder to be valid. A Habitat Stamp must be attached to a valid hunt or fur harvest permit (this does not apply to stamps printed electronically or included as part of a reduced-fee permit). A farmer or rancher and immediate family who actually live on the land they own or lease may hunt upland game birds (except turkey), squirrels, rabbits, and furbearers with a hunting season on that land within current regulations without obtaining a Nebraska hunting permit or Habitat Stamp. Military personnel and full-time students stationed or attending school in Nebraska for more than 30 days may obtain a resident permit. Nonresident fur harvest permits may be issued only to residents of states that sell similar permits to Nebraska residents. They cannot be purchased online. It is unlawful to lend or transfer a permit to another person or to borrow a permit from another person. PERMIT REVOCATION Under Nebraska law, hunting privileges may be revoked for some game law and court-determined violations. This could include certain one-time offenses by individuals or repeated violations by habitual offenders. Any person whose privilege to hunt, fish or harvest fur has been suspended or revoked in another jurisdiction within the United States or Canada also shall be prohibited from obtaining a permit for such activity in Nebraska for the duration of the suspension. 7 OutdoorNebraska.org

8 Nebraska Hunter Requirements Resident (R) or Nonresident (N) May Legally Take Permit Type Habitat Stamp Neb. Waterfowl Stamp Federal Duck Stamp HIP Number Hunter Education 4 Accompaniment May Legally Take Permit Type Habitat Stamp Neb. Waterfowl Stamp Federal Duck Stamp HIP Number Hunter Education 4 5 Accompaniment May Legally Take Permit Type Habitat Stamp Neb. Waterfowl Stamp Federal Duck Stamp HIP Number Hunter Education 5 6 Accompaniment May Legally Take Permit Type Habitat Stamp Neb. Waterfowl Stamp Federal Duck Stamp HIP Number Hunter Education 6 Accompaniment (age 16-29) Under Age 10 Age Age Age 16 and Up Deer R D D D N D D D Antelope R A A N A A Elk R E E N LANDOWNER ONLY E Mountain Sheep (Bighorn) R S S N S S Turkey R T T T T N T T T T Waterfowl R H N H H H H Migratory Upland Game R H N H H H H Small Game/Jackrabbits R H N H H H H 7 Furbearers Hunt R F N F F F F 8 Hunting Info:

9 7 Furbearers Trap R F N F F F F Crow R H N H H H H Coyote, Prairie Dog, Porcupine, Woodchuck R N H H H H Unprotected R N Protected R NO OPEN SEASON -- MAY NOT HUNT N Permits H - Hunt, T - Turkey, D - Deer, E - Elk, A - Antelope, S - Mountain (Bighorn) Sheep, F - Fur Harvest Species Small Game Pheasant, Quail, Partridge, Grouse, Squirrel, Cottontail Migratory Upland Game Virginia and Sora Rail, Snipe, Woodcock, Dove 7 Furbearers Trap only: Muskrat and Beaver; Hunt or trap: Bobcat, Mink, Raccoon, Badger, Red Fox, Gray Fox, Virginia Opossum, Long-tailed Weasel, Striped Skunk Unprotected Common Pigeon, European Starling, English Sparrow, Norway Rat, House Mouse Protected Bear, River Otter, Spotted Skunk, Canada Lynx, Black-footed Ferret, Moose, Swift Fox, Southern Flying Squirrel, and all migratory songbirds not specifically allowed by a small game or waterfowl permit. Exceptions Residents age 69 and over and qualifying veterans age 64 and older may obtain a reduced-fee hunt permit, which includes Nebraska habitat and waterfowl stamps. A farmer or rancher and immediate family who live on the land they own or lease may hunt upland game (except turkeys), squirrels, cottontails, jackrabbits (within designated area), and furbearers within season on that land without a Hunt Permit, Fur Harvest Permit, or Habitat Stamp. Landowners hunting antelope, deer, elk, or turkey on limited landownerpermits on their land do not need a Habitat Stamp. Lifetime permits do not allow for the hunting of deer, antelope, elk, mountain lion, mountain (bighorn) sheep, or turkey, and do not include stamps. 1 Hunter Education Hunters ages 12 through 29 must have on their person proof of successful completion of firearm Hunter Education while hunting with a firearm or crossbow. 2 Hunters ages 12 through 29 must have on their person proof of successful completion of bowhunter Hunter Education while hunting deer, antelope, elk, or mountain (bighorn) sheep with bow and arrow. 3 Hunters ages 12 through 29 who have not completed firearm and/or bowhunter Hunter Education may obtain an Apprentice Hunter Education Exemption Certificate. Accompaniment 4 Firearm hunters ages 11 or younger must be accompanied by a licensed person age 19 or older. 5 Any deer, elk, antelope, or bighorn sheep hunters ages 15 or younger must be accompanied by a licensed person age 19 and older. 6 Hunters holding an Apprentice Hunter Education Exemption Certificate must be accompanied by a licensed person age 19 or older. Definitions Accompanied -- In the presence of a licensed hunter age 19 or older. The accompanying hunter may not accompany more than two hunters at a time using the Apprentice Hunter Education Exemption Certificate. The accompanying adult hunter must at all times be in unaided visual and verbal communication with the novice hunter. Licensed -- Has a valid Nebraska hunting permit. Disclaimer This is only intended to be a guide. Consult statutes and regulations. 9 OutdoorNebraska.org

10 UPLAND GAME SMALL GAME SQUIRREL Season dates Aug. 1 Jan. 31, 2014 Daily bag/possession limits 7/28 Open area statewide, but no hunting on all state refuges and sanctuaries COTTONTAIL Season dates Sept. 1 Feb. 28, 2014 Daily bag/possession limits 7/28 Open area statewide, but no hunting on all state refuges and sanctuaries JACKRABBIT Season dates Sept. 1 Feb. 28, 2014 Daily bag/possession limits 4/16 Open area west of U.S. Highway 81 WEBLESS MIGRATORY BIRDS * SNIPE Season dates Sept. 1 Dec. 16 Daily bag/possession limits 8/16 Open area statewide, but no hunting on all state refuges and sanctuaries Remarks HIP number required. VIRGINIA AND SORA RAIL Season dates Sept. 1 Nov. 9 Daily bag/possession limits 10/20 Open area statewide, but no hunting on all state refuges and sanctuaries Remarks HIP number required. WOODCOCK Season dates Sept. 21 Nov. 4 Daily bag/possession limits 3/6 Open area statewide, but no hunting on all state refuges and sanctuaries Remarks HIP number required. * Potential Changes to Limits Because of printing deadlines for the 2013 Hunting Guide, certain potential actions by the Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners at the August meeting related to the possession limits of webless migratory game birds could not be included. Recent federal regulations now allow for possession limits three times the daily bag. Visit OutdoorNebraska.org for updates. CROW Season dates Oct. 1 Nov. 15 and Jan. 20 April 6, 2014 Special Public Health Hazard Nov. 16 Jan. 19, 2014 Daily bag/possession limits none/none Open area statewide Remarks Crows may be hunted with any firearm or archery equipment; electronic calls may be used; no HIP number required. Special Public Health Hazard Season The open area is Buffalo, Phelps, Harlan, Franklin, Kearney, Dawson and Lincoln counties. 10 Hunting Info:

11 DOVE (mourning, white-winged and Eurasian collared) Season dates Sept. 1 Oct. 30 Daily bag limit 15 in aggregate (see page 15) Possession limit 30 in aggregate Open area statewide, but no hunting on all state refuges and sanctuaries Remarks Includes mourning, white-winged and Eurasian collared-doves. Doves must be shot while in flight; HIP number required. Total harvest of all dove species combined cannot exceed 15. Banding Hunters who discover a band on a mourning dove should contact the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service banding office at BAND (2263) or Wing study Randomly selected hunters will be asked to save one wing from each dove during the first week of the season and mail the wings (postage free) to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Data from the wings will be used to estimate annual productivity of the dove population and eventually used in helping to establish hunting regulations. UPLAND BIRDS EURASIAN COLLARED-DOVE (Only) Season dates Oct. 31 Aug. 31, 2014 Daily bag/possession limits 15/30 Open area statewide, but no hunting on all state refuges and sanctuaries Remarks Small game license and habitat stamp required; HIP number NOT required. Also legal during dove season as part of aggregate bag (see above). PARTRIDGE Season dates Oct. 26 Jan. 31, 2014 Daily bag/possession limits 3/12 Open area statewide, but no hunting on all state refuges and sanctuaries GROUSE (prairie chicken and sharp-tailed grouse) East Zone: Season dates Sept. 1 Jan. 31, 2014 Daily bag/possession limits 3/3 Open area east of U.S. Highway 81 Special grouse permits Required, along with a hunting permit, for hunting grouse east of U.S. Highway 81; also: Requests are accepted at the Game and Parks headquarters in Lincoln beginning July 15. They are limited in number to 400. They are free of charge. They are limited to one per hunter. They are available on a first-come basis. Requests are accepted by phone at or over the counter. Information required for application includes name, address, date of birth, telephone number and 2013 Nebraska Hunting Permit number or Lifetime Hunting Permit number. Residents ages 12 to 15 must submit Hunter Education certification number. Those not required to purchase a Hunting Permit must provide documentation of such exemption (seniors, veterans, landowners, etc.). 11 OutdoorNebraska.org

12 West Zone: Season dates Sept. 1 Jan. 31, 2014 Daily bag/possession limits 3/12 Open area west of U.S. Highway 81 Remarks No special permit required. PHEASANT Season dates Oct. 26 Jan. 31, 2014 Daily bag/possession limits 3/12 Open area statewide, but no hunting on all state refuges and sanctuaries Remarks Only rooster pheasants may be harvested. QUAIL Season dates Oct. 26 Jan. 31, 2014 Daily bag/possession limits 6/24 Open area statewide, but no hunting on all state refuges and sanctuaries Remarks Quail must be shot while in flight. YOUTH PHEASANT, QUAIL AND PARTRIDGE ** Season dates Oct Daily bag/possession limits 2/4 rooster pheasants, 2/4 quail, 2/4 partridge Open area statewide, but no hunting on all state refuges and sanctuaries **Special Youth Hunt Adults accompanying youths during the Oct season may hunt pheasant, quail and partridge only on the following wildlife management areas, where a special hunt is declared and posted: Oak Valley Wilkinson Sherman Reservoir Pressey Branched Oak Yankee Hill Twin Oaks Hickory Ridge Peru Bottoms The bag limit for the accompanying adults is one rooster, and the bag limit for youth is two roosters. All other youth and regular season regulations will be in effect. Adults accompanying youth elsewhere may not hunt. Only one adult mentor per youth will be allowed to hunt. Visit OutdoorNebraska.org for more information. Remarks Youth must be age 15 or younger; resident youths age 15 and younger do not need a permit, but nonresident youths must have a nonresident youth hunt permit and habitat stamp; birds taken during the youth season do not count against the youth s possession limit during the general hunting seasons. COYOTES, PRAIRIE DOGS AND OTHER NONGAME Residents do not need a permit to hunt these species; however, nonresidents must have a hunting permit. A Habitat Stamp is not required: Coyote Porcupine 12 Hunting Info: Prairie dog Woodchuck PROTECTED MAMMALS The following are protected and may not be hunted or trapped in Nebraska: Black-footed ferret Bear Moose River otter Swift fox Spotted skunk Canada lynx Gray Wolf Southern flying squirrel

13 FURBEARERS The following applies to all furbearers: There is no bag limit. Hunting, trapping and running of applicable species is permitted statewide, except federal and state refuges and sanctuaries. MUSKRAT Season dates Nov. 1 March 31, 2014 (trap only) BEAVER Season dates Nov. 1 March 31, 2014 (trap only) BADGER Season dates Nov. 1 Feb. 28, 2014 (hunt and trap) MINK Season dates Nov. 1 Feb. 28, 2014 (hunt and trap) BOBCAT Season dates Dec. 1 Feb. 28, 2014 (hunt and trap); March 1 Nov. 30 (running, no harvest) Remarks Fur harvest permit is required during running and harvest seasons. Tagging Contact the nearest conservation officer or Game and Parks office to have a bobcat tagged; also: All bobcats harvested must be registered and tagged by Game and Parks within two calendar days of the close of the season. All bobcats harvested must be tagged before the pelt is sold. To prepare a carcass for tagging, create a small hole and insert a Popsicle stick, pencil or similar object between the lower eyelid and the eye so the stick exits behind the upper lip, this will allow the bobcat to be tagged even when frozen. See example at dnr/0,1607, _ ,00.html. Otherwise, bring bobcats in thawed or skinned. Checking Bobcats harvested in the following counties must be checked at official Game and Parks check stations: Saunders, Lancaster, Gage, Sarpy, Pawnee, Johnson, Richardson, Nemaha, Otoe, and Cass. Check stations The following are bobcat check stations, with times: Indian Cave State Park: Road, Shubert; Lincoln: Game and Parks, 2200 N. 33rd St.; Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Ak-Sar-Ben Aquarium: W. Nebraska Hwy. 31, Gretna; Monday-Sunday, 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m.; closed on holidays Omaha: Game and Parks, 1212 Bob Gibson Blvd; Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. -5 p.m. Plattsmouth: Schilling Wildlife Management Area, Refuge Road; office not always staffed; Tecumseh: Osage Wildlife Management Area, th Ave.; office not always staffed; OutdoorNebraska.org

14 RACCOON Season dates Sept. 1 Oct. 31 (hunt only); Nov. 1 Feb. 28, 2014 (hunt and trap); March 1 Aug. 31 (running, no harvest) Remarks Fur harvest permit required during running or harvest seasons. Depredation At any time of the year, farmers and ranchers may destroy or have someone destroy raccoons that cause agricultural depredation on their property; also: No hunt or fur harvest permit is required. Raccoons harvested for depredation control may be sold only by individuals with a fur harvest permit and if the take occurred during the harvest season. VIRGINIA OPOSSUM Season dates Sept. 1 Oct. 31 (hunt only); Nov. 1 Feb. 28, 2014 (hunt and trap); March 1 Aug. 31 (running, no harvest) Remarks Fur harvest permit required during running or harvest seasons. Depredation At any time of the year, farmers and ranchers may destroy or have someone destroy Virginia opossums that cause agricultural depredation on their property; also: No hunt or fur harvest permit is required. Virginia opossums harvested for depredation control may be sold only by individuals with a fur harvest permit and if the take occurred during the harvest season. STRIPED SKUNK Season dates year-round (hunting and trapping) Depredation At any time of the year, farmers and ranchers may destroy or have someone destroy striped skunks that cause agricultural depredation on their property; also: No hunt or fur harvest permit is required. Striped skunks harvested for depredation control may be sold only by individuals with a fur harvest permit and if the take occurred during the harvest season. LONG-TAILED WEASEL Season dates Nov. 1 Feb. 28, 2014 (hunt and trap) RED FOX Season dates Nov. 1 Feb. 28, 2014 (hunt and trap); March 1 Oct. 31 (running, no harvest) Remarks Fur harvest permit required during running or harvest seasons. GRAY FOX Season dates Nov. 1 Feb. 28, 2014 (hunt and trap) Tagging Contact NGPC or a conservation officer to have a gray fox tagged; also: Gray foxes harvested must be registered and tagged by Game and Parks within two calendar days of the close of the season. Gray foxes must be tagged before the pelt is sold. 14 Hunting Info:

15 HUNTING AND TRAPPING INFORMATION REGULATIONS AND STATUTES Sportsmen are responsible for knowing the regulations and statutes. This publication is only a guide to those regulations and statutes. To read them, visit the following links: Regulations: Statutes: AGGREGATE Aggregate daily bag limit is the maximum number permitted to be taken by a person in one day during the open season when such person hunts for more than one species for which a combined daily bag limit is prescribed. The aggregate daily bag limit is equal to, but shall not exceed, the largest daily bag limit prescribed for any one species. Aggregate possession limit is the maximum number of a single species or combination of species permitted to be possessed by a person. The aggregate possession limit is equal to, but shall not exceed, the largest possession limit prescribed for any one of the species. UPLAND AND WEBLESS MIGRATORY BIRD HUNTING HOURS 30 minutes before sunrise to sunset FURBEARER HUNTING AND TRAPPING HOURS 24 hours a day HUNTER ORANGE All hunters should wear hunter orange as a precaution in the field. Hunter orange makes hunters more visible to others in the field and is proven to save lives. Camouflage hunter orange patterns are legal if the minimum square inches requirement is met. HUNTER EDUCATION This is required for all hunters ages 12 through 29 who hunt with a firearm or crossbow. They must have on their person proof of successful completion of Firearm Hunter Education. Those in that age group who hunt big game with bow and arrow must have on their person proof of successful completion of Bow Hunter Education. An Apprentice Hunter Education Exemption Certificate provides the novice hunter age 12 and older a chance to hunt and receive training from an experienced hunter before completing Hunter Education. The apprentice must be accompanied* at all times while hunting. This certificate may be obtained once in a lifetime, expires Dec. 31 and may be renewed once. The fee is $5. *Accompanied is defined as: in the presence of a licensed experienced hunter age 19 or older. The experienced hunter may not accompany more than two holders of an exemption certificate at one time. The experienced hunter must be at all times in unaided visual and verbal communication with the child under age 12 and/or the apprentice hunter ages 12 through 29. The experienced hunter must, if age 19-29, be certified in hunter education. 15 OutdoorNebraska.org

16 FIREARM RESTRICTIONS During the November firearm deer season, it is unlawful to hunt wildlife other than deer with a centerfire rifle or centerfire handgun. EXCEPTION: This does not apply to a holder of a valid unfilled firearm deer permit while hunting in the unit for which the permit was issued. It also does not apply to a bona fide farmer or rancher who owns, leases, or resides upon such farm or ranch land or a member of the immediate family of such farmer or rancher while hunting on such farm or ranch land. It is illegal to have or carry a loaded shotgun in or on any vehicle on any highway or roadway. A shotgun is considered loaded if there is a shell or shells in the chamber, receiver or magazine. METHODS OF TAKE Upland Game and Webless Migratory Game Birds: Shotgun Only 10 gauge or smaller may be used for all game birds. For waterfowl and other migratory game birds, including doves, shotguns must be plugged to limit shell capacity to no more than three shells in the chamber and magazine combined. No plug is required for upland game birds. No plug or gauge restriction exists for cottontail rabbits and squirrels. Rifle or Pistol Illegal for all game birds Archery Legal for migratory game birds, rabbits, squirrels, and upland game birds. Crossbow Legal for rabbits, squirrels and upland game birds. NOT legal for migratory game birds. Trapping Legal for furbearers, cottontails, jackrabbits and squirrels during open seasons. NONTOXIC SHOT Nontoxic shot is required for all shotgun hunting on waterfowl production areas, national wildlife refuges and some state wildlife management areas, as posted. It is unlawful to use or possess shotgun shells loaded with or containing shot other than nontoxic shot while hunting, taking or attempting to take waterfowl. LEGAL NONTOXIC SHOT Bismuth-tin Tungsten-matrix Iron (steel) Tungsten-polymer Iron-tungsten Tungsten-tin-iron Iron-tungsten-nickel Tungsten-tin-bismuth Tungsten-bronze Tungsten-tin-iron-nickel Tungsten-iron-copper-nickel Tungsten-iron-polymer CHECKING TRAPS All traps set for furbearers must be checked as follows: Once every two calendar days: Metal spring traps and snares affixed to one-way, slide-wire drowning sets. Underwater snare sets that remain under water when fully extended. Underwater body-gripping sets. 16 Hunting Info:

17 Once every calendar day: All others. LEGAL TRAPS AND SETS Furbearers may be trapped only with snares, metal-spring traps with smooth jaws or box traps. Body-gripping traps with a jaw-spread larger than 8 inches may not be used unless they are placed under water or at least 6 feet above the ground. During upland game bird seasons, it is unlawful to use snares on any land owned or controlled by the Game and Parks, on U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service waterfowl production areas or on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers land at Harlan County Reservoir unless the snare is set completely underwater. It is unlawful to use any bait in plain sight within 30 feet of foothold traps set on dry land. Bait is defined as fish, animal flesh, fur, hide, entrails or feathers. Body-gripping traps with a jaw-spread larger than 5 inches may be used only when placed under water or at least 6 feet above the ground in the following areas: Land owned or controlled by the Game and Parks Open Fields and Waters Program lands U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service waterfowl production areas U.S. Army Corps of Engineers land at Harlan County Reservoir County road right-of-ways TRAP TAGGING Traps include snares, steel-jawed spring traps and box traps. It is unlawful to set any trap for furbearers or coyotes, unless such trap has the following information stamped or inscribed legibly onto the trap or onto a metal tag that is securely affixed to the trap: the valid driver s license number of the owner or user or, the owner or user s Nebraska State Identification Card number applied for at Motor Vehicle Operator License Examiner s offices. Individuals 15 years of age or younger may use the driver s license or ID card number of a parent or guardian. ARTIFICIAL LIGHTS Artificial lights, that are not used from or attached to a vehicle or boat, may be used only while hunting on foot to take unprotected species, including coyotes, and the following furbearers: badger, bobcat, gray fox, long-tailed weasel, mink, Virginia opossum, raccoon, red fox, striped skunk. HARVEST INFORMATION PROGRAM (HIP) This helps wildlife managers estimate the number of migratory birds harvested each year. The estimates help biologists set limits and seasons. The requirements are: Anyone planning to hunt doves, ducks, geese, snipe, rail, coot or woodcock in Nebraska between Aug. 1, 2013, and July 31, 2014, must register for this free program. It is required for residents age 16 and older and all nonresidents, regardless of age. Hunters must register in each state in which they hunt. Register at 877-NEHUNTS ( ) or OutdoorNebraska.ne.gov/Hip/ 17 OutdoorNebraska.org

18 DISPOSAL OF FURS Fur harvesters may hold carcasses and raw pelts of furbearers without a time limit, as long as they have a valid fur harvest permit. All furs shipped by commercial carrier must have a document placed upon the package giving the name of the consignee, the number of his or her fur harvest permit, the date of expiration of the permit, which must be on or after the date of shipment, and a description of the kind and number of each kind of raw fur in the shipment. RUNNING SEASONS During the running seasons, bobcats, raccoons, red foxes, and Virginia opossums may be pursued or chased with hounds, but not killed. TRAPPING AREAS It is legal to trap statewide, with the following exceptions and considerations: Permission is required to trap on private land. Trapping is legal, with landowner permission, in the county road right-of-way, unless restricted in individual counties or portions of individual counties. Allowed on state wildlife management areas, unless otherwise posted. Prohibited in marshes, lakes or other areas closed by federal, state or local laws or regulations. Prohibited on state and historical parks without special written permission. Allowed on state recreation areas, except within 100 yards of developed facilities, such as picnic areas, campgrounds, boat ramps, and parking areas. Prohibited on any dry land portion of Branched Oak or Yankee Hill state wildlife management areas before Dec. 15. Prohibited within 100 yards of any inhabited dwelling or feedlot and within 200 yards of any livestock crossing (road or bridge) without permission. TRANSPORTING AND POSSESSING GAME Pheasants and grouse must have head or one leg attached for identification purposes while in the field or returning home. All migratory game birds, except doves, must have one fully feathered wing or head plumage attached when in transport. If en route, no tags are required if licensee accompanies the game. It is unlawful to give, put or leave any game birds or game animals at any place or in the custody of another person unless the game is tagged with the following hunter information: (1) name, (2) address, (3) phone number, (4) date of birth, (5) species of birds or animals and total number of each, (6) date taken, and if transferred by gift, and (7) signature of donor and name of recipient. It is unlawful to possess more than a possession limit of game birds or game animals taken on a hunt permit. It is unlawful to possess any live furbearers. It is unlawful to possess more than one daily bag limit of migratory game birds while in the field or when returning from the field to one s car, hunting camp, etc. If shipped by commercial carrier, game birds and game animals must be tagged with official tags. These tags are available from Game and Parks offices and conservation officers. 18 Hunting Info:

19 DOG TRAINING Dog training is the use of dogs in a noncompetitive process solely intended to enhance the hunting skills of dogs. For each dog involved in a session, no more than two hen pheasants and five quail may be harvested. Also, partridge and mallard are unlimited. It is permitted on private land, provided landowner permission is obtained and dog training rules are followed. It is unlawful for anyone to exercise, run, train, or hunt with dogs on state wildlife management areas during the period from May 1 through July 31 of each year, except on areas designated and specifically posted with Authorized Dog Training Area signs. Training or exercising dogs on areas designated and posted as a Dog Trial Area is prohibited; such areas are restricted for field trial use only. All game birds released for training purposes must be obtained from a captive wildlife permit holder or licensed nonresident breeder, and must be banded by the trainer or seller with official bands authorized by Game and Parks. Any person who purchases game birds from a captive wildlife permit holder or licensed nonresident breeder shall have in his or her possession a sales tag/receipt from the permit holder listing the date, species and number of birds purchased. Game birds obtained for dog training may be kept in captivity without a captive wildlife permit for a period not to exceed 14 days following date of purchase or receipt. GAME VIOLATIONS The Nebraska Legislature has passed statutes that increased the fines and penalties for a variety of game and fish violations. The new fines range from $25 to $15,000, depending on the severity of the violation and the species involved. The liquidated damages (assessed in addition to court costs) are set by the legislature as replacement costs for wildlife taken illegally. The damages apply to each animal taken illegally and apply to wanton waste. For a complete overview of the specific fines and penalties, visit OutdoorNebraska.org. Call Nebraska Wildlife Crimestoppers toll-free at to report a game violation. WHEN IT IS UNLAWFUL TO SHOOT It is illegal to shoot: from any public highway, road or bridge, including the traveled surface and the rightof-way, whether on foot or from a vehicle, or attempt to shoot any bird, fish or other animal from an aircraft. WHEN IT IS UNLAWFUL TO HARVEST It is illegal to harvest: game birds by use or aid of live decoys, a legal limit of any species and return to take more of the same species in the same day, game birds or game animals or falconry except during the legal shooting or falconry hours, furbearers other than with snares, metal spring traps with smooth jaws or box traps except that raccoon, red fox, gray fox, bobcat, badger, long-tailed weasel, striped skunk, mink and Virginia opossum may be taken by firearm or archery equipment, or hunt any wild animal or bird from or with a snowmobile, 19 OutdoorNebraska.org

20 migratory game birds from a sink box, from any motorboat unless motor is shut off and boat stopped, from a car or other motor-driven land conveyance, from an aircraft, or from a sailboat unless the sail is furled and the boat is stopped, migratory game birds by driving or chasing them with any motorized conveyance to put them in range of hunters, any game bird, including migratory birds, with a trap, snare, net, rifle, pistol, swivel gun, shotgun larger than 10 gauge, punt gun, battery gun, fish hook, poison, drug, explosive or stupefying substance. WHEN IT IS UNLAWFUL TO HUNT It is illegal to hunt: when trespassing on private land; get permission. as a party hunt; every hunter must shoot his or her own game. with a rifle within 200 yards of an inhabited dwelling or feedlot and hunt with all other equipment within 100 yards, unless permission has been granted by the owner or tenant. game birds without making a reasonable effort to retrieve dead or crippled birds and including them in the daily bag; crippled birds must be killed immediately. or harvest any game birds by baiting or attracting them to the place where hunted by distribution of grain or other feeds. Federal regulations consider an area baited for 10 days after bait is removed. drive or disturb game birds or game animals with or from any aircraft or boat propelled by power or sail. harvest or trap any game bird from a vehicle. OTHER UNLAWFUL ACTS It is unlawful to: waste game. spotlight from a vehicle or vessel while in possession of a firearm or archery equipment. dig, cut or destroy natural or planted vegetation on state-owned or controlled areas. cause game birds or game animals to depart from a game reserve or game sanctuary. use electrically amplified imitations of bird calls, including records, tapes, compact discs, and digital audio files, to take game birds. sell or trade the meat of any game bird or game animal. communicate the location of any game animal or game bird by radio or other electronic device to or from any aircraft, vessel, vehicle, snowmobile, or other conveyance one day before or during the open season. carry a firearm, archery equipment or other projectile device on a snowmobile, except when unloaded and in a case. Visit us online at OutdoorNebraska.org 20 Hunting Info:

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